Visit The Danish Architecture Centre
The Danish Arcitecture Centre is a gathering point for all those interested in new architecture, urban development and innovation in the built environment. Here you can explore exhibitions, events, new books about architecture aand urban development - or enjoy a cup of coffee overlooking the Copenhagen Harbour front.
Visit The Danish Architecture Centre on a 360-degree virtual tour.
Groundbreaking Constructions – 100 Danish Breakthroughs that Changed the World >
The exhibition 'Groundbreaking Constructions – 100 Danish Breakthroughs that Changed the World' focuses on the developments in the history of construction that changed our perception of what is possible: those quantum leaps, which not only tackled the challenges posed by a single building, but also changed the world.
Capture Your City >
Capture You City is a celebration of life in the city, showing more than 1000 personal perspectives on the city caught on camera during the summer of 2015.
Opening hours & Admission >
Monday-Friday 8 AM - 5 PM. Wedensday long hours open until 9 PM and free entrence between 5 PM - 9 PM. Saturday-Sunday 10 AM - 5 PM.
Parking tickets >
There is ample parking at the Danish Architecture Centre. We have 30 parking places available adjacent to the building. Remember to purchase a parking ticket at the bookshop.
26 November 2015
The Power of Crowdsourced Platforms >
How will the sharing economy impact our cities and how can we as a society utilize the enormous potential of it? Among others the seminar speakers will be thought leader and advisor in the sharing economy, April Rinne, the business spokesman for the Danish Social-Liberal Party, Ida Auken and Director of Civic Partnerships at Airbnb, Stephanie Hodges.
18 December 2015
Solstice Party and light show in the harbour >
Danish Architecture Centre - in collaboration with Kulturhavn365 and the architecture firm Platant - invites everybody to join the Solstice Party in Copenhagen Harbour
See some of the most sold books and items in DAC& BOOKS/SHOP:
YES IS MORE - An Archicomic on Architectural Evolution - B.I.G. (UK edition)Bjarke Ingels Group
Last updated Friday, June 19, 2015